Photo: Frozen in time |

Photo: Frozen in time

Randy Woods, left, Phil Sirianni, Cynthia Berecek, Robert De Wetter and Don Smith celebrate the lauch of Snowmass Village Rotary Club's newest fundraiser, the Mammoth Meltdown, on Feb. 5. The mammoth shown here will be placed on the ice in the center of a pond on the Snowmass Club golf course, and donors can pay $5 to guess when the sculpture will drop through the melting ice. The mammoth was scheduled to be placed on the pond during the event on Feb. 5, but the path was covered in snow, so it has been delayed. Donations will support Challenge Aspen Military Opportunities, Homecare and Hospice of the Valley, and Little Red School House. Learn more or donate at
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